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(Daily Mail)   Saudi Arabia rejected the Boston bombers' entrance to Mecca; warned US in writing. Guess we need to frisk 90-year-old ladies in wheelchairs even more   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 183
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2013-05-01 11:56:34 AM

Infernalist: Truther: nekom: Because People in power are Stupid: This is more damning than the Russian warning -because the Russians might have just been wanting to harass their dissidents.

But is it any more useful? "You should watch this guy. Seriously, he's up to no good and he may be planning something!" What can you do with that? Obviously you follow up on it but what if you simply don't find anything of interest?

Really?

Perhaps they could have tailed him.  Found out he was buying pressure cookers (notice the "s" - it means multiple).

Perhaps bugged his place?

One warning?  OK - maybe the Ruskies wanted to give a Chechen a hard time.

Two warnings - two different countries?  FAILURE OF INTELLIGENCE

Somebody done screwed up on this one...

Okay, here we go:

1) The Russians asked us to question Black Hat due to them thinking that he was a threat to RUSSIA.  He was planning a trip back home to Chechnya and they asked the US to interview him and see if he was a radical threat to Russian interests.  They found no reason to believe so, cleared him for travel and that was the end of it.

2) THERE IS NO PROOF THAT THE SAUDIS GAVE ANYTHING TO ANYONE IN REGARDS TO THE TWO BROTHERS.  AT ALL.  THERE IS ONLY HEARSAY AND GOSSIP WITH NOTHING CONCRETE TO BACK IT UP.

So.  No.  Take your bullshiat assessment and go back to derpville.

For fark's sake, you people.


If this (the Saudi part) proves to be true, I will be sure and look for your next post...
 
2013-05-01 11:58:27 AM

hasty ambush: birchman: hasty ambush: birchman: fireclown: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

If it pans out, will this mess FINALLY be considered a US Intelligence failure?

Let's say that it is. Then what? Do you think you get to impeach Obama for it or something?

No, but unless we admit there was a failure  ther isnot much we can do to make sure we fix what caused it. No failure nothing to fix.

You think everyone at the FBI is just sitting around waiting for someone to say "this was an intelligence failure" before they start digging and figuring out how this happened and how they could prevent it going forward? Please. Call it whatever you want if it helps you sleep better.

Average Joe agent might be trying to fix what he can on his level  but the political leadership is not.  anybody who went through the years of  zero mistakes tolerated military culture of the 1990s knows what it is like.  Admitting to a mistake or saying something would not work (ie lowering standards in the push toward co-ed basic training) could be career ending.  The Army Drill Sergeants and Navy Recruit Division Commanders knew it was not working  but were told to make it work anyway and Flag officers  were telling a congress, which wanted to see more opportunities for women, that it was working.  Then Afghanistan and Iraq happened  and reality hit- people got killed and wounded , and they had to up the standards.

I bet the same sort of thing is  is happening here.  The guys in the trenches probably know there was a failure and why but the leadership is not going to admit to one  nor are they going to permit any changes that would lead one to conclude that yes there was a failure.  They are in CYA mode.


Are you basing all of that on any sort of facts or just how you "think and feel" things work in the intelligence business?
 
2013-05-01 11:59:46 AM

Truther: Infernalist: Truther: nekom: Because People in power are Stupid: This is more damning than the Russian warning -because the Russians might have just been wanting to harass their dissidents.

But is it any more useful? "You should watch this guy. Seriously, he's up to no good and he may be planning something!" What can you do with that? Obviously you follow up on it but what if you simply don't find anything of interest?

Really?

Perhaps they could have tailed him.  Found out he was buying pressure cookers (notice the "s" - it means multiple).

Perhaps bugged his place?

One warning?  OK - maybe the Ruskies wanted to give a Chechen a hard time.

Two warnings - two different countries?  FAILURE OF INTELLIGENCE

Somebody done screwed up on this one...

Okay, here we go:

1) The Russians asked us to question Black Hat due to them thinking that he was a threat to RUSSIA.  He was planning a trip back home to Chechnya and they asked the US to interview him and see if he was a radical threat to Russian interests.  They found no reason to believe so, cleared him for travel and that was the end of it.

2) THERE IS NO PROOF THAT THE SAUDIS GAVE ANYTHING TO ANYONE IN REGARDS TO THE TWO BROTHERS.  AT ALL.  THERE IS ONLY HEARSAY AND GOSSIP WITH NOTHING CONCRETE TO BACK IT UP.

So.  No.  Take your bullshiat assessment and go back to derpville.

For fark's sake, you people.

If this (the Saudi part) proves to be true, I will be sure and look for your next post...


If the 'saudi part' turns out to be true, then I'll happily stand here and apologize profusely.

Protip: It won't happen.
 
2013-05-01 12:05:10 PM

InfrasonicTom: Wanna go see the 9/11 memorial?


[i.imgur.com image 850x1133]


That is sad on so many levels.

I'm not even going to bother going there. Way more security than the Smithsonian which at one point, housed the Hope Diamond.
 
2013-05-01 12:07:03 PM

Truther: birchman: fireclown: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

If it pans out, will this mess FINALLY be considered a US Intelligence failure?

Let's say that it is. Then what? Do you think you get to impeach Obama for it or something?

No.  But let's reevaluate what the "intelligence" community is doing with all this money that has been thrown at them and why we aren't able to stop these attacks.

It's virutally impossible to stop every attack?  OK, I'll buy that.  But then let's look and see if some of this tax money wouldn't be better spent elsewhere, reduce the size of Homeland Security (please!) and deal with the fact that we are going to get hit sometimes.


You and I have no idea how many attacks they stop on a regular basis that we don't know about. Using this one incident as a litmus test of the success/failure of our entire national security operation is silly. The ONLY way to prevent 100% of attacks is a complete police state the likes of which we can only imagine. That's it, period. And that's not what America is.

I agree that we spend too much on national security and I'm right there with you that there are diminishing returns on what we are spending vs what we are getting. Patriot Act, NDAA, TSA, DHS - all complete overreactions. We're going to have things like this happen sometimes. We should try to prevent them the best we can, but not by sacrificing the free principals that make this country great. Then, as they say, the terrorists win. That's all they really want anyway, and they're winning whether we admit it or not. Those 9/11 hijackers are long dead but they are still affecting each one of our lives every single day, and that disgusts me.
 
2013-05-01 12:10:32 PM

SuperNinjaToad: Tamerlan Tsarnaev's namesake was a 15-century Central Asian warlord who referred to himself as 'the sword of Islam.' Sometimes spelled 'Tamerlane' in English, he was known for his cruelty.

When he conquered Baghdad, he reportedly made a pyramid of human skulls from unfortunate residents of that city.


Yeah, the farking mom is no mother theresa.. looks like she was already extreme way back then to name her kid that.


It's like a woman naming her kid Hitler and 25 yrs later when he blows up a black church the mom is like no my son is innocent and we're not racist!


FARK THAT!


Timur is not a black/white historical figure. He is reviled in certain parts of the MidEast/Far East and celebrated elsewhere. Hell, he was celebrated in Europe for centuries after his death.

Naming a child after him is not necessarily a sign of extremism (and not similar to naming a child after Hitler in 2013). It is more similar to naming a child Urban.
 
2013-05-01 12:13:11 PM

Edward Rooney Dean of Students: s2s2s2: I'd assume ME descent if I had passed them on the street.

Yup.  It's features, not colors.

/Why do people get so hung up on color?



Because some Americans hate America and were really crossing their fingers hoping these clowns were from the Tea Party or the GOP at the very least.
 
2013-05-01 12:16:23 PM
My money is now on the Saudi that was deported as being with their intelligence services.
 
2013-05-01 12:16:54 PM

Giltric: Edward Rooney Dean of Students: s2s2s2: I'd assume ME descent if I had passed them on the street.

Yup.  It's features, not colors.

/Why do people get so hung up on color?


Because some Americans hate America and were really crossing their fingers hoping these clowns were from the Tea Party or the GOP at the very least.


We don't hate America, we just assume the worst from a bunch of violence-espousing lunatics who talk about '2nd Amendment solutions' and 'we didn't come armed THIS TIME' and clinging to guns in a sick fantasy of somehow overthrowing a tyrannical government that exists only in their feeble little minds.

We hate them because of what they represent.  Fear and violent reactions and idiocy with a gun.

And if you take offense to my post, that's not my problem.
 
2013-05-01 12:20:12 PM

Giltric: My money is now on the Saudi that was deported as being with their intelligence services.


Beck was onto something?
 
2013-05-01 12:24:39 PM

Infernalist: Giltric: Edward Rooney Dean of Students: s2s2s2: I'd assume ME descent if I had passed them on the street.

Yup.  It's features, not colors.

/Why do people get so hung up on color?


Because some Americans hate America and were really crossing their fingers hoping these clowns were from the Tea Party or the GOP at the very least.

We don't hate America, we just assume the worst from a bunch of violence-espousing lunatics who talk about '2nd Amendment solutions' and 'we didn't come armed THIS TIME' and clinging to guns in a sick fantasy of somehow overthrowing a tyrannical government that exists only in their feeble little minds.

We hate them because of what they represent.  Fear and violent reactions and idiocy with a gun.

And if you take offense to my post, that's not my problem.


Yes yes....we get it.....white guys are the debil!

9-11...... BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Ft Hood......BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Shoe Bomber...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Underwear bomber...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Muslims in NJ trying to buy MANPADS to shoot down airliners....BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Times Square...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Bostom Bombathon....BUT ERIC RUDOLPH

Do you check under your bed at night for a white guy?
 
2013-05-01 12:26:36 PM

Giltric: Infernalist: Giltric: Edward Rooney Dean of Students: s2s2s2: I'd assume ME descent if I had passed them on the street.

Yup.  It's features, not colors.

/Why do people get so hung up on color?


Because some Americans hate America and were really crossing their fingers hoping these clowns were from the Tea Party or the GOP at the very least.

We don't hate America, we just assume the worst from a bunch of violence-espousing lunatics who talk about '2nd Amendment solutions' and 'we didn't come armed THIS TIME' and clinging to guns in a sick fantasy of somehow overthrowing a tyrannical government that exists only in their feeble little minds.

We hate them because of what they represent.  Fear and violent reactions and idiocy with a gun.

And if you take offense to my post, that's not my problem.

Yes yes....we get it.....white guys are the debil!

9-11...... BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Ft Hood......BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Shoe Bomber...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Underwear bomber...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Muslims in NJ trying to buy MANPADS to shoot down airliners....BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Times Square...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Bostom Bombathon....BUT ERIC RUDOLPH

Do you check under your bed at night for a white guy?


When you get ready to address what I actually said, feel free to do so.
 
2013-05-01 12:35:58 PM

squibbits: EngineerAU: Problem is that the government has given itself access to so much information that it can't process the important data. The droplets of signal is being drown out in a sea of noise. No doubt the information from the Russians and Saudis were cataloged away somewhere never to be seen again. But having that data appears to be more important to the government than actually understanding or even reading it. They're the data gathering equivalent of someone featured on the tv show 'Hoarders'.


Yep. When the watch list becomes as big as a telephone book, it's hard to keep careful track of everyone on it.


"Us vs them" + "you are either with us or against us" = this.
 
2013-05-01 12:38:34 PM

nekom: Because People in power are Stupid: This is more damning than the Russian warning -because the Russians might have just been wanting to harass their dissidents.

But is it any more useful? "You should watch this guy. Seriously, he's up to no good and he may be planning something!" What can you do with that? Obviously you follow up on it but what if you simply don't find anything of interest?


But, when this argument was used on the infamous "Bin laden intent on attacking America" - everybody started screaming about monumentally stupid Bush was for not stopping 9/11 (so stop trying to defend him you asshole).

Don't get me wrong, I agree with you that "watch this guy" is really no help at all...just pointing out the "group hypocrisy"
 
2013-05-01 12:43:01 PM

DontMakeMeComeBackThere: nekom: Because People in power are Stupid: This is more damning than the Russian warning -because the Russians might have just been wanting to harass their dissidents.

But is it any more useful? "You should watch this guy. Seriously, he's up to no good and he may be planning something!" What can you do with that? Obviously you follow up on it but what if you simply don't find anything of interest?

But, when this argument was used on the infamous "Bin laden intent on attacking America" - everybody started screaming about monumentally stupid Bush was for not stopping 9/11 (so stop trying to defend him you asshole).

Don't get me wrong, I agree with you that "watch this guy" is really no help at all...just pointing out the "group hypocrisy"


So, the fears of the Russian government over a Chechen kid going to Chechnya are now the same thing as an "Osama Bin Ladin determined to hit American targets in the immediate future" briefing.

Yeahhhhhhh nope
 
2013-05-01 01:04:41 PM

birchman: Truther: birchman: fireclown: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

If it pans out, will this mess FINALLY be considered a US Intelligence failure?

Let's say that it is. Then what? Do you think you get to impeach Obama for it or something?

No.  But let's reevaluate what the "intelligence" community is doing with all this money that has been thrown at them and why we aren't able to stop these attacks.

It's virutally impossible to stop every attack?  OK, I'll buy that.  But then let's look and see if some of this tax money wouldn't be better spent elsewhere, reduce the size of Homeland Security (please!) and deal with the fact that we are going to get hit sometimes.

You and I have no idea how many attacks they stop on a regular basis that we don't know about. Using this one incident as a litmus test of the success/failure of our entire national security operation is silly. The ONLY way to prevent 100% of attacks is a complete police state the likes of which we can only imagine. That's it, period. And that's not what America is.

I agree that we spend too much on national security and I'm right there with you that there are diminishing returns on what we are spending vs what we are getting. Patriot Act, NDAA, TSA, DHS - all complete overreactions. We're going to have things like this happen sometimes. We should try to prevent them the best we can, but not by sacrificing the free principals that make this country great. Then, as they say, the terrorists win. That's all they really want anyway, and they're winning whether we admit it or not. Those 9/11 hijackers are long dead but they are still affecting each one of our lives every single day, and that disgusts me.


I agree - but, knowing politicians, don't you think they would happily trot out "WE stopped "x" terrorist attack,  See how great we are!"

I also agree the terrorists have won.  I think of it every time I fly and can't take a coffee on the plane with me (unless I bought it after the checkpoint).  I thought about it when they shut down Boston for the day.

Ah well.  WTF can we do about it?  I can't imagine what would happen in the USofA if another 9/11 attack was successful....
 
2013-05-01 01:07:12 PM

Coastalgrl: InfrasonicTom: Wanna go see the 9/11 memorial?


[i.imgur.com image 850x1133]

That is sad on so many levels.

I'm not even going to bother going there. Way more security than the Smithsonian which at one point, housed the Hope Diamond.


It doesnt have the Hope anymore?

Saw it there a few years back.  More for the legends surrounding it than the pretty sparkling stone part of it.
 
2013-05-01 01:27:23 PM
The author of this article is Richard Miniter, author of the book "Leading from Behind: The Reluctant President and the Advisors that Decide For Him."

He is a Republican hack, plain and simple. If you're looking for a motivation as to why this story would be fabricated, there you go.  Here is a good take-down of why Miniter is a crap reporter:

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2012/08/22/richard-miniter-is-a-lazy-lia r -lame-duck-editio/189499
 
2013-05-01 01:33:40 PM

The One True TheDavid: Far-fetched? Uh-huh. "9/11" sounded far-fetched on 9/10/01: people would have called you paranoid and racist for suggesting any Muslim might ever do such a crazy awful thing.


On 9/10/2011, it would not be considered crazy at all that Muslim terrorists might blow up the same building complex that Muslim terrorists tried to blow up in 1993.
 
2013-05-01 01:35:29 PM

Truther: birchman: fireclown: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

If it pans out, will this mess FINALLY be considered a US Intelligence failure?

Let's say that it is. Then what? Do you think you get to impeach Obama for it or something?

No.  But let's reevaluate what the "intelligence" community is doing with all this money that has been thrown at them and why we aren't able to stop these attacks.

It's virutally impossible to stop every attack?  OK, I'll buy that.  But then let's look and see if some of this tax money wouldn't be better spent elsewhere, reduce the size of Homeland Security (please!) and deal with the fact that we are going to get hit sometimes.


The solution to this would be increasing the size of Homeland Security, not shrinking it.  IE, there was a lack of resources to completely follow up every lead of this nature; therefore, the solution is to provide more resources.
 
2013-05-01 01:47:37 PM

Coastalgrl: InfrasonicTom: Wanna go see the 9/11 memorial?


[i.imgur.com image 850x1133]

That is sad on so many levels.

I'm not even going to bother going there. Way more security than the Smithsonian which at one point, housed the Hope Diamond.


Eh, it's really not that bad. No body scanners or patdowns, and you don't have to take your shoes off. Basically what airport security used to be. And once more of it opens, security should lighten up.

Plus, the memorial is very well done and very moving, IMO.
 
2013-05-01 01:52:21 PM

Truther: I agree - but, knowing politicians, don't you think they would happily trot out "WE stopped "x" terrorist attack, See how great we are!"

I also agree the terrorists have won. I think of it every time I fly and can't take a coffee on the plane with me (unless I bought it after the checkpoint). I thought about it when they shut down Boston for the day.

Ah well. WTF can we do about it? I can't imagine what would happen in the USofA if another 9/11 attack was successful....


This, unfortunately. The Feds have been so desperate to pain their selves as anything but inept and powerless that they have actively taken part in aiding and abetting close to ten terrorist "operations" in the past decade, in the interest of "setting them up". At first, I was betting that this was yet another one of their operations, just with individuals that had gone "off the farm" to acquire the materials for their attack, encouraged by a Fed "handler" who was clueless as to their degree of preparation. Of course, the Feds couldn't allow their selves to be shown to have encouraged this act, so the handler would have had to disappear. Nothing has surfaced to disprove this theory- *yet*.
 
2013-05-01 01:58:21 PM

Geotpf: The One True TheDavid:

Far-fetched? Uh-huh. "9/11" sounded far-fetched on 9/10/01: people would have called you paranoid and racist for suggesting any Muslim might ever do such a crazy awful thing.

On 9/10/2011, it would not be considered crazy at all that Muslim terrorists might blow up the same building complex that Muslim terrorists tried to blow up in 1993.


By flying fully-loaded passenger jets into it? Yeah, we all really saw THAT coming.
 
2013-05-01 02:06:11 PM

The One True TheDavid: Geotpf: The One True TheDavid:

Far-fetched? Uh-huh. "9/11" sounded far-fetched on 9/10/01: people would have called you paranoid and racist for suggesting any Muslim might ever do such a crazy awful thing.

On 9/10/2011, it would not be considered crazy at all that Muslim terrorists might blow up the same building complex that Muslim terrorists tried to blow up in 1993.

By flying fully-loaded passenger jets into it? Yeah, we all really saw THAT coming.


So, the methods matter?  Somehow, by using unconventional means to accomplish their stated goals, they managed to completely bamboozle the Bush Administration's efforts standard procedure for locating said threatening people before they can actually do anything unconventional?

lol
 
2013-05-01 02:47:57 PM

hasty ambush: And who would you want it substantiated by, CNN. RIght now the Mail is no worse than any other "news" organization out there


Really? You've not been paying attention to the Mail. They're little more than a daily comic.
 
2013-05-01 03:13:44 PM

hasty ambush: squibbits: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

This.

And who would you want it substantiated by, CNN.  RIght now the Mail is no worse than any other "news" organization out there


And apparently no better, considering that the headline now reads that the Saudi ambassador called b.s.
 
2013-05-01 03:25:41 PM

Infernalist: Giltric: Infernalist: Giltric: Edward Rooney Dean of Students: s2s2s2: I'd assume ME descent if I had passed them on the street.

Yup.  It's features, not colors.

/Why do people get so hung up on color?


Because some Americans hate America and were really crossing their fingers hoping these clowns were from the Tea Party or the GOP at the very least.

We don't hate America, we just assume the worst from a bunch of violence-espousing lunatics who talk about '2nd Amendment solutions' and 'we didn't come armed THIS TIME' and clinging to guns in a sick fantasy of somehow overthrowing a tyrannical government that exists only in their feeble little minds.

We hate them because of what they represent.  Fear and violent reactions and idiocy with a gun.

And if you take offense to my post, that's not my problem.

Yes yes....we get it.....white guys are the debil!

9-11...... BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Ft Hood......BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Shoe Bomber...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Underwear bomber...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Muslims in NJ trying to buy MANPADS to shoot down airliners....BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Times Square...BUT ERIC RUDOLPH
Bostom Bombathon....BUT ERIC RUDOLPH

Do you check under your bed at night for a white guy?

When you get ready to address what I actually said, feel free to do so.


Yeah yeah...some guy said second amendment solutions and some other guy had a sign once that said we came unarmed this time.

Meanwhile millions of Muslims are shouting death to America.

The first group means what they say....and the second group I mentioned is just rattling their sabres.....right?

We'll You'll always have Paris Eric Rudolph.
 
2013-05-01 03:59:06 PM

Infernalist: The One True TheDavid: Geotpf: The One True TheDavid:

Far-fetched? Uh-huh. "9/11" sounded far-fetched on 9/10/01: people would have called you paranoid and racist for suggesting any Muslim might ever do such a crazy awful thing.

On 9/10/2011, it would not be considered crazy at all that Muslim terrorists might blow up the same building complex that Muslim terrorists tried to blow up in 1993.

By flying fully-loaded passenger jets into it? Yeah, we all really saw THAT coming.

So, the methods matter?


Yes, methods matter. Why do you think they picked that one?

What part of "The American public never expected anything quite like THAT" goes over your head?

My first reaction when my roommate woke me up to tell me was total disbelief.  "They did WHAT? You're kidding."


Somehow, by using unconventional means to accomplish their stated goals, they managed to completely bamboozle the Bush Administration's efforts standard procedure for locating said threatening people before they can actually do anything unconventional?

Yes. Unless you believe it was a  US government  false flag thing, or maybe at its root it was an "extracurricular activity" by government agents.

I'm not sure who was really behind it myself: all we know is the US government blamed Bin Laden and Al Qaeda, and Bin Laden later appeared to take credit for it according to a video clip supplied by the US government. Which is not to say some US government agency or employees had anything to do with it, only that I've never seen conclusive proof they didn't.

In the latter decades of the Russian Tsardom the Okhrana secret police was behind a good number of "terrorist" bombings and assassinations: each attack led to increased power and funding for police and "internal security" agencies. Imagine if the FBI and/or CIA, or a Bush administration clique like Nixon's plumbers, really was behind 9/11; wouldn't that make sense in retrospect? And it wouldn't have to be a government operation, it could be mercenaries from some "Defense"-related corporation that stood to make a lot of money from the aftermath. It could even have been a false flag op originated by a Caucasian right-wing group. We might never know, and it doesn't really matter anymore.

These latest bombers could be a Lone Duo though. It takes less to make a pressure cooker bomb than to organize four or five big jet hijackings in the same morning. My point is it's damn lucky for the FBI and other domestic security agencies that the Boston bombing happened: public opinion was turning to the idea that the home-front War On Terror was pretty much over. When solitary weirdos downloading kiddie porn gets more press and hubbub than efforts to "protect us from Al Qaeda" the security apparatus is in trouble and might well be downsized before too long. Now America is saved  from that new round of unemployment. (Whew!)
 
2013-05-01 04:17:08 PM

jso2897: Well, they've not only got us quaking in fear, they've got us blaming each other instead of them.
I guess they really HAVE won. Oh, well.
Sic transit gloria, America.


I didn't know Gloria was sick.
 
2013-05-01 06:20:38 PM

moothemagiccow: FLMountainMan: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

Admit it, you're still holding out hope that it was a white Christian extremist.  Preferably from a flyover state.  Give it time.

Yeah these guys are really dark skinned. There's no way they would pass for white.
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Not white at all.


You sound black.
 
2013-05-01 06:22:12 PM

fireclown: mbillips: Daily Fail plus unnamed "Saudi official" = BS until otherwise substantiated.

If it pans out, will this mess FINALLY be considered a US Intelligence failure?


Not with the FarkLibtard Obama knob gobblers.
 
2013-05-01 06:26:48 PM

FC Exile: Still don't know why they were here in the first place.


Potential liberal voters. They were already on the dole. The voting booth was the next step.
 
2013-05-01 10:20:44 PM
Finally!! A valid reason to join the government conspiracy of the month club....
 
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